Key Features & Attractions
Denali National ParkAdd-On Available During Booking Tickets start at $38 per person
Denali National Park is Alaska’s most popular land attraction, and with good reason. You can see some of Alaska’s most famous sights: Mt. McKinley and the continent’s highest peaks, a vast, unspoiled wilderness of braided glacial rivers, massive peaks, and tundra, and lots of wildlife!
Naturally Aurora ShowAdd-On Available During Booking Tickets start at $25 per person
Created by Dave Parkhurst, one of the first photographers to capture the northern lights on film, this 40-minute movie features thousands of his photos streamed together and choreographed to an original music score.
Elderberry ParkNo Booking Necessary No purchase necessary
Set along the Coastal Trail at the very end of 5th Avenue in Anchorage, Elderberry boasts 1.5 acres of scenic parkland with great views of Cook Inlet. Because it’s close to downtown, you can make this a rest stop while touring and shopping downtown. Come with a picnic, or just a walk while enjoying the view.
Salmon Berry Dog Sledding TourAdd-On Available During Booking Tickets start at $300 per person
Everybody loves sled dogs! You’ll get a 45-minute sled dog ride, plus a snowshoe walk, and even trailside s’mores. You’ll experience happy, yapping sled dogs, the quiet thrill of riding the trails, and then go for a snowshoe walk. Afterward, your Salmon Berry Tours guide will light a fire and you can roast s’mores and drink hot chocolate before heading back to your hotel.
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Reviews for Oceania Cruise, Miami FL
Perfect for photographersPosted by Maria Hudson on December 8th, 2014
My kids were so excited by all the marine life they got to see! My husband is into photography and he got some really great shots as well. I was debating between this cruise and the Seabourn once but I'm glad I went with this!
Will be using MileStone againPosted by June Greene on January 29th, 2015
Couldn't have been much more expensive, but I guess that's how all vacations are now. The company was very one-on-one with me, though, so next time I go on a trip I'll definitely use MileStone again.
Not many food choices for kidsPosted by Eloise Frazier on February 1st, 2015
I'm rating the Oceania cruise 4 stars because it was a very enjoyable trip, but I wasn't impressed by the meal package. They didn't serve a very wide variety of food and my kids are picky eaters!